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Teaching Adolescents Religious Literacy In A Post-9/11 World
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For thousands of years, religion has been a key element of human societies. Whenever we, as educators, exclude or minimize religion's vast role in society, we leave out a large part of our world's shared history. This is a serious act of educational omission, even neglect, on the part of our nation's public middle and secondary schools, particularly when adolescents are so ready to engage in. For thousands of years, religion has been a key element of human societies. Whenever we, as educators, exclude or minimize religion's vast role in society, we leave out a large part of our world's shared history. This is a serious act of educational omission, even neglect, on the part of our nation's public middle and secondary schools, particularly when adolescents are so ready to engage in meaningful conversation about the world that surrounds them. Our book's central purpose is to provide middle-level and high school teachers with the necessary background knowledge and pedagogical skills necessary to help adolescents become religiously literate learners and citizens. Currently, there is no text like ours on the market that both covers a number of world religions, and presents concrete recommendations for teaching and learning this material. Our book is meant to educate the following audiences: teacher educators, middle-level and high school teachers in all content areas, administrators, school boards, and parents. For us, educating for religious literacy is all about bringing adolescents into the 21st century of teeming religious and spiritual diversity - a long-neglected component of the multicultural curriculum in public schools. In a post-9/11 world, religious literacy requires that students understand the whats and whys of differing religious beliefs, both in their own country and elsewhere. It means looking for commonalities, as well as differences, between and among the great wisdom traditions - both nationally and internationally. It is about understanding how all of us might live peacefully in a religiously diverse world. Our book accomplishes these goals by being informative, practical, experiential, case-based, and, above all, accessible to beginners. Books, Society and Social Sciences~~Education~~Schools, Teaching Adolescents Religious Literacy In A Post-9/11 World~~Book~~9781607523123~~Robert J. Nash, Penny A. Bishop, , , , , , , , , ,

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For thousands of years, religion has been a key element of human societies. Wheneverwe, as educators, exclude or minimize religion''s vast role in society, we leave out alarge part of our world''s shared history. This is a serious act of educational omission,even neglect, on the part of our nation''s public middle and secondary schools,particularly when adolescents are so ready to engage in meaningful conversation aboutthe world that surrounds them. Our book''s central purpose is to provide middle-leveland high school teachers with the necessary background knowledge and pedagogicalskills necessary to help adolescents become religiously literate learners and citizens.Currently, there is no text like ours on the market that both covers a number of worldreligions, and presents concrete recommendations for teaching and learning thismaterial. Our book is meant to educate the following audiences: teacher educators,middle-level and high school teachers in all content areas, administrators, schoolboards, and parents.For us, educating for religious literacy is all about bringing adolescents into the 21st century of teeming religiousand spiritual diversity-a long-neglected component of the multicultural curriculum in public schools. In a post-9/11world, religious literacy requires that students understand the whats and whys of differing religious beliefs, both in theirown country and elsewhere. It means looking for commonalities, as well as differences, between and among the greatwisdom traditions-both nationally and internationally. It is about understanding how all of us might live peacefully in areligiously diverse world. Our book accomplishes these goals by being informative, practical, experiential, case-based, and,above all, accessible to beginners. Robert Nash, Books, Reference and Language, Teaching Adolescents Religious Literacy in A Post-9/11 World Books>Reference and Language, Information Age Publishing

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For thousands of years, religion has been a key element of human societies. Wheneverwe, as educators, exclude or minimize religion's vast role in society, we leave out alarge part of our world's shared history. This is a serious act of educational omission, even neglect, on the part of our nation's public middle and secondary schools, particularly when adolescents are so ready to engage in meaningful conversation aboutthe world that surrounds them. Our book's central purpose is to provide middle-leveland high school teachers with the necessary background knowledge and pedagogicalskills necessary to help adolescents become religiously literate learners and citizens.Currently, there is no text like ours on the market that both covers a number of worldreligions, and presents concrete recommendations for teaching and learning thismaterial. Our book is meant to educate the following audiences: teacher educators, middle-level and high school teachers in all content areas, administrators, schoolboards, and parents.For us, educating for religious literacy is all about bringing adolescents into the 21st century of teeming religiousand spiritual diversity-a long-neglected component of the multicultural curriculum in public schools. In a post-9/11world, religious literacy requires that students understand the whats and whys of differing religious beliefs, both in theirown country and elsewhere. It means looking for commonalities, as well as differences, between and among the greatwisdom traditions-both nationally and internationally. It is about understanding how all of us might live peacefully in areligiously diverse world. Our book accomplishes these goals by being informative, practical, experiential, case-based, and, above all, accessible to beginners. Teaching Adolescents Religious Literacy in a Post-9/11 World (Hc) Nash, Robert J. / Bishop, Penny A., Information Age Publishing

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Teaching Adolescents Religious Literacy in a Post-9/11 World (Hc)

Presents middle-level and high school teachers with the necessary background knowledge and pedagogical skills necessary to help adolescents become religiously literate learners and citizens. This book is suitable for teacher educators, middle-level and high school teachers in various content areas, administrators, school boards, and parents.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781607523123
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1607523124
Hardcover
Publishing year: 2009
Publisher: INFORMATION AGE PUB INC
224 Pages
Weight: 0,490 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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